Spoor
Spoor \Spoor\, v. i. To follow a spoor or trail. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Spoor — can mean: *Spoor (animal), a term for any signs of a creature, in animal tracking: see . *Spoor (comics). *Spoor (album), an album by Thin White Rope. *Spoor (plant) having reached a state of producing and releasing spores; gone to spoor …   Wikipedia

  • Spoor — est un super vilain créé par Marvel Comics. il est apparu pour la première fois dans Uncanny X Men #300. Origine L écossais Andrew Graves, fit partie des Acolytes de Magnéto. La mutation d Andrew était déjà visible en bas âge et il fut battu et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Spoor — (sp[=oo]r), n. [D. spoor; akin to AS. spor, G. spur, and from the root of E. spur. [root]171. See {Spur}.] The track or trail of any wild animal; as, the spoor of an elephant; used originally by travelers in South Africa. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Spoor — ist der Name von André Spoor (* 1931), niederländischer Journalist George K. Spoor (1872−1953), US amerikanischer Filmpionier Simon Spoor (1902–1949), Befehlshaber der Landstreitkräfte in Niederländisch Indien/Indonesien Die …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • spoor — [spoor] n. [Afrik < MDu, akin to OE spor, Ger spur: for IE base see SPUR] the track or trail of an animal, esp. of a wild animal hunted as game vt., vi. to trace or track by a spoor …   English World dictionary

  • spoor — track, trace, 1823, from Afrikaans spoor, from M.Du. spor, cognate with O.E. spor footprint, track, trace (see SPURN (Cf. spurn)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • spoor — spoor·er; spoor; …   English syllables

  • Spoor — (Seew.), s. Spuhr …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • spoor — [spo:, spuə US spo:r, spur] n [singular, U] technical [Date: 1800 1900; : Afrikaans; Origin: Middle Dutch] the track of footmarks or solid waste that a wild animal leaves as it moves along …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • spoor — [ spur ] noun count or uncount the smell or signs that an animal leaves on the ground that can be followed by people who are hunting the animal …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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